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: far too many people are still signing up for unemployment. dennis: more tough talk out of north korea. mike baker will be here telling us how serious the u.s. should be taking all of this. dagen: the bank of japan with a surprise move that takes the page from ben bernanke's playbook. connell: everybody is doing it. better regulation could have saved cyprus and whether we should be worried about some of these other so-called tax havens. we will have that and much coming up on markets now. ♪ speak very i am -- connell: straight ahead on markets now. thanks for joining us. dagen: lauren simonetti is on the floor of the new york stock exchange. >> the dow is higher. the s&p is higher. the nasdaq is in the red. apple and google under pressure. we are just following the russell 2000, following the 2000 seeing this is a market that may be overbought at this point. the dollar to the upside. but again down today. we have commodities under pressure. gold down three days in a row. of course, gold, silver and copper, yesterdaa at their lowest level of the year. once again today. back to you. co
throw my arms up. dennis: that is the real reason you are gone for a few days. she tried to come back monday, but she did not make it through customs. dagen: questioning bernanke. he will speak in the next hour. we will hear why his policy is pointing us in the wrong direction. connell: one of the engines driving the economy that we will get into why that is the case. a big drop in oil today. we are practically below $90 now. over 3% to do downside. more coming up. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they're gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. @t's just common sense. [ female announcer ] some people like to
missed out on this whole market. cheryl and dennis are just ahead. connell: we have a fight ruing over a tax on beer. dennis and cheryl will have that also. stay with us. ♪ connell: a great number on jobs, we've covered that, justin bieber, norway, and everything else in between, i guess, and it's dennis and cheryl's turn for that. dagen: that's right. what was that about? connell: she swung at me. cheryl: i felt sorry for the 12-year-old girls going to bieber concerts, and in ten years they will be embarrassed they were fans. dagen: i have my duran duran memorabilia, and i'm not ashamed. connell: ten years he'll still be rocking. cheryl: i'm cheryl casone. down on jobs, just talking about it, the dow is lower after a disappointing adp jobs report and weak ism number. coming up, we have a bull who says there are still plenty of opportunities for market players. dennis: new research shows most 401(k) # investors missed out on the bull market, and our guests ahead says retirement investors turn from stocks, and they shouldn't. cheryl: a fight brewing over a tax on beer. talking with a
be worse. traders see more cheap money ahead. cheryl and dennis will be all over this. for the first time in 40 years of polling, majority of americans are saying we should legalize pot. we will take you to miami where agates are trying to get it on the november ballot.yo that and much more ahead. ♪ can put stress on supporting teeth. this could lead to further tooth loss. try new poligrip® seal and protect denture adhesive. it stabilizes your partial to help reduce movement against gums and supporting teeth. care for your partial. help protect your natural teeth with new poligrip® for partials. also try polidt® clean and protect denture cleanser to kill 99.9% of odor causing bacteria. this has been medifacts for polygrip® for partials. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 markets on the rise. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 companies breaking through. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 dless possilities. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 with schwab, i search the globe for the big movers. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 i can trade in 30 different markets tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 to help me seize opportunities, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 to get an edge, i
proposal just ahead. cheryl and dennis pick up the coverage and they'll have a faceoff between a clinton adviser and heritage senior fellow so that will be both sides of it and they also have the business of marijuana covered. c.e.o. of a company that runs medical marijuana clinics and coming up on why banks won't take his legally earned money. what's the story there? plus the dow is up 130 points. markets now continues. are you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all onhinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ >> if anyone thinks i'll finish the job of deficit reduction on the backs of
for apple. dagen: that's right, dennis and cheryl talk about what apple has to do to regain the faith of investors and make their products, well, cooler than they are right now. ♪ ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. ♪ dennis: this high noon, i'm dennis kneale. cheryl: i'm cheryl casone. two stocks affecting the dow now, down 58 points with a bear coming up who worries the bottom is about to drop out from the yearlong ware. dennis: bears always worry. we have an apple panic, investors dumping the shares, not waiting for the earnings report, down 40% from the sent highs issue and ahead, what apped has to do to regain faith and make products cool again. cheryl: the president honoring the marathon bombing victims, and interfaith service underway just a mile away f
is in charge. somethingst something else? we don't know. >> dennis rodman would be the guy to ask. it's called the hermit kingdom. we don't have any legitimate good intelligence on what's going on in the inner circle. we have the 29-year-old kid got the job because he's the grandson of the founder and he looks like him. he combs his hair. there's a lot of 60 and 70-year-old generals with the father and the grandfather who may want to be in charge. an aunty and her husband, maybe they're pulling strings. i have no idea. i find it suspicious that a 29-year-old leader who loves to go out in public, he's been disappeared until today. i don't know why. dagen: don't we need better intelligence before we can make any decision what kind of relationship to have? >> it's not simplistic at all. dagen: how do we do that then? >> the only way is through china. their management technique is every spring, and you can just set your calendar to this. it's like cherry blossoms, daylight savings time, military crisis. they do it every spring because they're running out of food and oil. we're going to have negoti
's news. to grow or start your business in the new new york visit thenewny.com dennis: dollop almost 100. shape noon eastern time. coming up, car sales, one of the things that are running up the dow at this hour. up 97 points just off session highs. g.m., chrysler and ford reporting the best march sales in five years or more. the good times for all for these markets are going to continue to roll on. dennis: no brainer or is it? president obama calls on congress to spend $100 million to map the brain. but greg is here to say the president's budget is dead on arrival in congress. cheryl: why you may see newt gingrich walking around with these strange looking glasses. going to get the paparazzi on that one, dennis. dennis: yep. nicole on the floor of the new york stock exchange, rally, baby. >> what else do the glasses do? are they just glasses or something more? rally, baby, indeed. if you're a beau out there, you're glad to see stocks up. the nasdaq up 3/4 of 1%. s&p 500 up over a half a percent as well. certainly the requirement is a good one on wall street. the dollar is stronger. reta
: and a boston business owner paying the price for the terror manhunt. cheryl and dennis have those stories coming up. "markets now" continues. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. cheryl: after the dow's worst week of the year, most of the dow jones industrials, most of these names in the red on some rough earnings and economic news. this as global c.e.o.'s are still not ready to spend their cash. dennis: boston's bombing suspect talks to authorities. cheryl: federal budget cuts means you should budget for extra time at the airport. we're live at washington's reagan national. sequestration is affecting travellers there and across the country today. dennis: and stocks now every 15 minutes. we have nicole at the floor of the new york stock
will be on with cheryl and dennis and the next hour of markets now. for japanese automakers are recalling nearly 3.5 million vehicles. the airbags are at risk of catching fire. they were all manufactured in or after the year 2000. no injuries or deaths have been reported as a result of that. let's take a look at toyota motor shares. actually, along with stocks in general. let's talk a little bit about this bitcoin. look at this drop. the underground currently with a hit yesterday. $120 is where it is trading. the major online exchange claims it is having such a massive following. the online exchange is having exploding volume. they said it led to some panic selling. bitcoin. another denial of service attacks. we talked about some of the risks here. tomorrow, the bitcoin business, we will be here in new york at a lounge and restaurant called ever. one of the first restaurant that except bitcoin. tablets and smart phones killing the demand for personal computers. we will see if there are some hopes for companies behind the desktop. we will also talk to mark fahlberg. the most brutal prediction yet.
of earnings today, qualcomm, vanguard, it to that released their earnings after the closing bell. dennis kneale knows tech more than anybody. dennis: how is it zynga can beat wall street estimates and earnings, yet after hours the stock is down nearly 10%? wall street thought zynga would lose $0.03 per share, came in at 1 penny sitive per share. wall street thought they would come in at $210 million per revenue, zynga at $264 million. the big beat over wall street down from a year ago, we don't want a videogame company this young to be having decreasing revenues but take a look at this next chart they made up, take a look at how they have had decreases at all kinds of users. daily active users down 20% from the year ago quarter. monthly active users flying farmville and the like, down 253 million. monthly unique visitors to the zynga game site down 18%. meanwhile, bkings, that is the purchases, there you see those decreasing user numbers. the company doing it, farmville is so hot, why is it losing active users instead of gaining them? now going over to qualcomm, te upside to that paair
. dagen: i didn't do the hog call earlier. connell: dennis and cheryl on the way in for the next hour of "markets now." they're going to talk not about hog calls but the twitter threat to the marks among other things. dagen: and the first legal on line poker game in the u.s. taking place in the next hour. cheryl and dennis are all over that. stay with "markets now." ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they're gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. dennis: it's high noon. cheryl: blockbuster housing numbers out today. home prices up by the most in almost seven years. consumer confidence up as well but the dow down by si
and dennis kneale with the co-authors of that bill next hour on markets now. dagen: the economy growing at an annual pace of 2% in the first three months of this year, that was slower than expected but thankfully faster than the no growth we saw in the fourth quarter. bob cowher makes bests on how the economy is doing. he had fixed in, overseeing $700 billion in money-market and bond assets and is joining us from valley forge, pa.. great to see you. does that growth indicate yields, interest rates will not rise in a big way any time soon? >> i would agree with that particularly when you look at the details of the number, it was a disappointment because expectations were up 3% but something very unusual. farm inventories of all thing that 0.8%. so when you take that out you have 1.7% number, the sequester hurt as well and the other troubling thing from my perspective is business investment is not picking up and in my view until we get a substantial rise in business investment this economy really is not going to get off the ground. it will trudge right along at 2%. dagen: that is one of t
wallet? [ crows ] now where's the snooze button? dennis: hello. cheryl: hello, everyone. what to do to turn around j.c. penney. ron johnson is out. mike is the c. echl o. we have a guest coming up who says it may be too late to save this iconic name. dennis: target obama budget. the republicans hate the budget due out tomorrow but we have a washington insider who says congressional democrats have a dirty little secret. they don't trust the president. cheryl: we have a grim picture for jobs as small business confidence falls. restauranteur and partner of a renowned eatery is going to be here so how to fix the issue of the small business. dennis: and stocks every 15 minutes. nicole is at the floor of the new england. what else have you got? >> we have a lot of action happening here on wall street this morning. let's start off with we have up arrows on the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500. up nearly 2%. drug stocks, bank stocks up arrows. let's get to herbalife that. obviously has been a key story this morning. it did not open at the opening bell with the rest of the stocks here on wall street.
... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. dennis: i am dennis kneale. cheryl: i am cheryl casone it may be the faa furloughs aren't a good idea after all. now they're rethinking the furloughs. we are live at the airport with the latest. dennis: and you will go one-on-one. cheryl: i will go one-on-one with southwest ceo gary kelly. and he will be talking about the companies outlook for the month of april. dennis: congress wants to exempt itself from obama to regulations and that outrage ahead. cheryl: mortgage deductions in the crosshairs. we will be live in washington were some want to cap it or do away with it all. dennis: top of the hour, stocks every 15 minutes, nicole petallides. we are up. nicole: we're up for now. they're all posting up arrows. up about a half of 1% and regain that momentum. back with the up arrows once again, the major averages, the s&p 500 a gain of more than half a percent, the tech heavy nasdaq the best of three quarters of 1%. as far as what we're seeing in wall street, the thick of earnings season. reporting their quarterly
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good for the bulls. dagen: thank you so much. dennis: to health insurance now. raising premiums more than 25%. dagen: peter barnes joins us now from washington, d.c. peter: health insurance companies are starting to submit their premiums. some customers should be prepared for sticker shock. blue cross blue shield has requested a 30% increase in premiums in tennessee for individuals, a 25% increase in maryland, as you mentioned, and 18% increase in rhode island. these are just proposals, just request. the industry says that customers in some states -- >> it is certainly important to make sure that the premiums are sufficient. that is how we ensure that coverage is going to be there for people when they need it. smack it is only a first step in the premiums process. it started well before the affordable care act was passed. the competition will help moderate cost. connell: thank you. peter barnes in d.c. for us. dagen: let's bring in jason riley. we have no idea what the ultimate cost of this law will be on the taxpayer and people who have to pay for their own health insurance. >> does
of the characteristics, and they are all developed in the book. >> dennis, the diddest for the next hour. if you want to call in, talk with him, numbers on the screen, 202-5 # 85-3885. 585-3886. mountains or here in the pacific time zone where we are located today, if you can't get through, but want to tweet us @booktv is the handle or facebook.com/booktv. you'll sigh right there, you can post a comment under his name. it's listed right there on the top of the page. >> the most obvious is racial minorities. if they rape, if they kill, it is because of racism and poverty during the riot, i was a talk show host then as well, and i said, i'll never forget, and there's a black gentleman throwing stones at drivers, and the man throwing stones 1 not a gentleman. the word i can't use on national television, but the word that comes to mind is not "gentleman," why did he say "gentleman," there's a white yes mapp wearing a hood burning a cross. do you say that? of course not. the left of center doesn't have the courage and doesn't have the ideology that permits it to blame evil on evil doers. if the evil doer
coverage of this later on. cheryl and dennis in the next part of markets now. they will look at $400 a share and whether that is the new normal. dagen: paying for the president's budget. if you are making more than $200,000 a year, you will be picking up a bit part of the debt. connell: on a big day for the markets, the s&p winners. netflix. that is the big story. look at that. ♪ why are 8 million people why are 8 million people sleeping better tonight? they went to a sleep number store. the only place in the world you'll find the sleep number bed. a bed with dual air technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. the only place you'll find our bed-clinically proven to help each of you sleep more soundly. and the only place you'll find sleep professionals that will help you find a number that will change your life. your sleep number setting. you won't find any of these innovations in an ordinary mattress store. you'll only find sleep number at one of our over 400 stores nationwide. and now you can save $400 on the only memory foam bed with
to see jay carney to update us. i'm cheryl:. dennis: i'm dennis kneale. another envelope showing up, directed at president obama. cheryl: update here, at this point as richard reported with dagne, the heart in the buildings colossianed now, two to three suspicious packages have been found. also, letters being sent, preliminary letter internet to president obama containing ricen, a poisen found in beans, but now all of this, of course k on the heels of the events in boston. we have high tension now in washington. dennis: it's this, you'd think it might come from the same source whoever that might be and bipartisan. the first to a republican; right? cheryl: right. it is the top the hour. bringing on nicole. we may interrupt you, nicole, apologies, but how are the markets looking, noted dpoo, absolutely. >> absolutely. this is breaking news, covering it for you on the dow jones industrials, 145 points, worth one percentage point and the s&p 5 # 00 down 1.5%. nasdaq down 2% today. of course, worries here at home with suspicious packages and envelopes and terror in boston, and so all of
to read and consider carefully before investing. ♪ connell: coming up on high noon. dennis: i am dennis kneale b-6 i am cheryl casone. we have an analyst that says get ready for a pullback. dennis: president obama's budget proposal is due on wednesday. does the president have the courage to make needed cuts and entitlement? cheryl: airline passenger complaints are skyrocketing. the sector keeps making you money. rich ads in on the best and worst rated carriers. dennis: stocks now and every 15 minutes. nicole: we are taking a look at the dow jones industrials. the nasdaq and s&p have been virtually flat all day long. bernanke will be speaking later. alcoa kicking off earnings season. the first dow component to report. alcoa, the aluminum maker, that will be one to watch. cannot believe earnings season is actually here. let's talk about the dow jones industrials. it is interesting to see the dow down right now. on friday, it was down. we have not had to back-to-back days in some time. you see that up down up down up down. no two updates, no two down days. we will see if we break that tren
'll be there and dennis is here in our studios at fox business headquarters. they continue our coverage next on "marks now." dennis: here is the very latest on the boston bombing. stocks rebounding well but gold at a tepid comeback after gold sold off yesterday, especially after the bombs went off at the finish line of the boston marathon. a large area of the back bay of boston remains cornered off and closed for business as auuhorities search for clues in the bombings that killed three people, injured 176, 176 them in critical condition. president obama now says the bombings are being treated as an act of terror. the boston police commissioner says no one is in custody in connection with the bombings. the f.b.i. refuses comment. and security beefed up for the new york stock exchange in wake of the bombing ones and cheryl is there for the hour. cheryl? cheryl: dennis, hello and yes, it is frankly, a normal looking day anyway here in front of the new york stock exchange. security as it always is at the stock exchange is tight. tourists from around the world, every day coming to the site but today is a diff
of these years. join us at projectluna.com dennis: hello, everyone. i am heryl casone. dennis: and i am dennis kneale. boston suburbs on lockdown. subway and train service suspended. authorities are searching for the second of two suspects in the marathon bombing. 26-year-old, tamerlan tsarnaev, he is dead. killed overnight in a shootout with the authorities. his 19-year-old brother, dzhokhar is on the run. cheryl: and mit police officer was killed in the line of duty last night. a violent night leading to the virtual closing of boston. rich edson is standing by at the white house. let's start with rich at the white house. rich. rich: officials have been gathering at the white house. the president did hold an hour-long briefing this morning with the vice president here at the west wing of the white house. what we are learning now from capitol hill, police believe that at-large suspect is still in the boston area. it is incredibly important to take him alive to find out if there is anyone else involved in these bombings. the fbi is also looking to see if there was any type of travel or out of c
. dennis kneale, that is exactly to liz's point. the fact that they are selling kindle at about cost. they are doing all of these things to bring in market share and sometimes sacrifice being profit in order to do that. >> well this is a company, amazon, that its stock keeps going up. it is up 40% in the past year even as it never actually blows the cover off the ball on earnings because it is always investing and investing on expanding into new markets. that $16.0 billion revenue number is compared with expected 16.14. now year ago --. david: dennis let me interrupt you for one second because as viewers can tell, after-hours those numbers just switched. if you look at bid-ask they're lower, significantly lower than the closing cost of that stock. immediately there was a jump. everybody looked at earnings per share 18 cents instead of the expected 8 cents. they went for it and parsed through the numbers. again focusing on gross margin, once again this is same thing that happened to apple. once you focus on the gross margin, dennis it, doesn't look so good. >> margins, wall street wan
is just so interesting. dennis dowling and his friends are trying to turn back the hands of time, trying to make a 40-acre patch of california look like, well, california. >> i don't think anybody really knows what california really looked like. what you see now is not what california was like. it was really skinny. >> reporter: he was a teacher in the santa clara unified school district for 45 years. his specialty? environmental science. the kind of teacher whose favorite memories were not made in a classroom, but out of doors. >> you have a spanish land grant map. >> reporter: it is why a dozen years ago he was approached by fellow environmentalists who had a plan for a certain plot of land. >> and it would be back right here. >> reporter: one that once belonged to the indians, but was most recently the city's municipal golf course. >> this was considered probably the worst golf course in the entire bay area. >> reporter: well, in 2001, the group convinced the city to set aside the land as the nature area. their goal? to return native california species to the land, and weed out the in
. >> george, thank you very much. please welcome now, dr. dennis bartel the executive director of the exporatorium and truly a driving force behind this remarkable and amazing project. [ applause ] >> wow. what an amazing journey. i know, my chairman was nervous for a second that i was going to use an expletive. we are unbelievably excited to open the exporatorium at piers, 15 and 17 here to the entire san francisco community and the world beyond. it has been many years coming and it took an army of thousands to put it together. there is just a few special groups that i want to highlight here today. the first from the bottom of my heart this tireless, staff, this leslie, yes i am going to do it, this lovely band of miss fits anywhere in the world who pulled this together, thank you. >> to our board of directors and their leadership and support. never waivering, that unflagging optimism and vision to finally land here on san francisco's front porch. to our architects led by mark batalion to our contractors led by midy brother and our banks, led by the bank of america this would
. >> that would be dennis but we ll look-alike. qualcomm in a beat. it matches earnings per share, $1.17 is what wall street wanted, what they got non-gaap. revenues instead of colling in 6.09 billion as wall street wanted came in 6.12 billion. that is beat on the upside. earnings are coming in and beating low expectations but we see a number of times they cut costs so earnings were up but revenues didn't grow enough and that bothers wall street. to see a good top-line number about, better than what wall street wanted from qualcomm a great sign. that could auger well for the broader cell phone market. remember qualcomm makes chips inside mobile phones that run on android and windows and apple and new blackberry. that is sign perhaps of good wireless demand for devices. the company lifted a quarterly dividend recently by 40%. there will probably be no action on that. look what they did on the modem chip numbers. see what they did on the special modem chip. we want to see full-year guidance. expecting earnings per share full year of 53. no word whether they changed that anyway. david: dennis read
part of it. >> okay. this leaves at least me and inevitably to to unpleasant words, dennis rodman. or maybe i can swap out north korea. you and your book and other places have talked about the horrors of north korea. wh the generally misguided dennis rodman, misguidedly in my estimation went over there, i thought two things. i thought that this is like jane fonda sitting on the guns. and i would love to be corrected on this, but it struck me that this was a way to prop up a murderous regime committing some of the worst atrocities along the lines, which are described in your book. what is your perception of that? and do you think that our state department could've done it again to prevent his company knew about this? because i, frankly, was so stunned, especially since it was north korea. there are gray areas and then there's north korea. what do you all think about that and what do you think of the role one place and doing things like that? i mean, reaching out in that way to me as i said misguided, naÏve. what you think lex can anything good come of this? >> let me comment first
stock exchange with trader reaction. melissa: battle for "the l.a. times", dennis kneale up next with a new high powered names entering the fray. >> take a look at interest rates. as we head to break. yields on 10-year unchanged. 30-year bond is also unchanged. the yield is 2.88%. >> i'm adam shapiro with your fox business brief. existing home sales unexpectedly fell in march as inventory constraints continue to pressure home prices. according to the national association of realtors. but on the upside the average price for a house sale, rose nearly 12% from a year ago. the biggest increase since november 2005. >>> shares of power one are surging on news of a buyout. swiss industrial group, abb, is buying the renewable energy company for about one billion dollars. >>> clothing retailer ralph lauren will pay more than 1 1/2 billion dollars to settle foreign bribery allegations by u.s. officials. the justice department and sec agreed not to prosecute after allegations surfaced one of ralph lauren's subsidiaries bribed argentina kmus toms officials in order to clear nds. that is the
>>> vice of a generation. most reporters don't drop acid or bring dennis rodman behind enemy lines. but then they don't work at vice, the viral video powerhouse that's reinventing the news. >>> and his thumbs guided our movie choices for over 40 years. and earned a star on the walk of fame. tonight, we remember roger fame. tonight, we remember roger ebert, the movie man. >>> whether you're camera shy or not, there's a part of everyone that longs for the spotlight, being lauded for hipness or brains or special talent. and as technology has revolutionized our ability to communicate with each other, it's also allowed us to celebrate ourselves through boastful tweets, humble brags, status updates and photos. even if no one is around to snap the shutter. we go for a closeup on selfy nation. >> reporter: celebrities do it. even oscar winners and former first ladies do it. we all do it. and not always well. >> i'm recording a video. the selfy, the digital self portrait is the corner stone of our social networking age. here's eminem at the louvre. bieber in the hospital and rhianna just ab
will be there with mobile weather. >> all right. you can find her, thank you. >>> all right, dennis o'donell is at the arena waiting for the warriors to begin game 4. dennis in oakland tonight w the a's were trying to avoia >>> actually we are on the baseball field where the a's finish up in dramatic fashion and the warriors getting ready for the playoffs. doubleheader of course and it is coming up, i will tell you about it coming up in a couple of minutes. when ordinary energy is put in the hands of extraordinary people, amazing things happen. the kind of things that drive us to do more, to go further, to be better. we're dedicated to being a company you can count on, because you've always been customers we believe in. your energy plus ours. together, there's no limit to what we can achieve. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a m
and american express releasing their earnings. let's go right to dennis kneale at the breaking news desk and, dennis, what is the latest? >> ebayosting robust results but wall street is not happy. shares are down 2 1/2% after-hours. here's why. earnings per share, wall street wanted 63 cents. came in at 62 cents. never mind that is up from 44 cents a year ago. there is huge growth. revenues come in at $3.74 billion. wall street wanted a teensy bit more, 3.76. that has people jittery. but also the company, ebay saying our second quarter we're in the middle of now is going to come in at 61 to 63 cents a share. wall street wanted 62 cents a share. it reiterates full year, 16 to 16 1/2 billion. its gross merchandise sales on ebay up 13% in the quarter. paypal payments up 21% to over $40 billion. paypal enables online payment everywhere, not just on ebay. paypal up to 120 million accounts. up five million in the quarter. versus 110 million a year ago. nowo american express, $1.15 a share. that beats wall street expectations a $1.12 at american express. revenue again comes in aa a miss at 7.9 bill
in my book. >> host: where are they today? >> guest: dennis died about 15 years ago. my older brother is still around, he is a foreman with a major oil company, happily married, has three children -- by the way, both of my brothers married women who had children and went on to have very long marriages. >> host: talk about your brother's funeral and your mother's view and your view and what actually happened. >> guest: you're talking about dennis' funeral. and, again, this is the brother that i didn't get along with. and my brother dropped out of high school. he did a lot of drugs. the military straightened him out. but he got out. he was still fairly wayward. and when he died, i said to my mother, we'll just have a very small service because dennis, dennis' friends are scattered here and yon, and they're not the kind of people that you can reach on a phone and will show up. and she says, you don't know him. we need to have a big church. dennis' friends are going to find out that he died, and they'll be here. it was one of the largest funeral i'd been to. almost like maag relate thatch
pair at a great price. ♪ yeah? then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. silence. are you in good hands? silence. listen, your story line, it makes for incredible tv drama. thing is, your drug use is too adult for the kids, so i'm going to have to block you. oh, man. yeah. [inhales] well, have a good one. you're a nice lady. >>> welcome back. we return now to the breaking news out of west, texas. that is a town of a couple of thousand people, about 20 miles north of waco, texas, where this terrific explosion at a fertilizer plant has devastated the town and injured more than 170 people. many of those injured were taken to hillcrest hospital. a little while ago we got to speak by phone with the man who runs that hospital, glenn robinson, who told us what he and his staff are doing to help the injured on this disastrous night. >> at this hour we have now treated more than 100 patients at our trauma center here at hillcrest. we're part of a larger system. scott white memorial which is 30 miles far
of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. silence. are you in good hands? [ babies crying ] surprise -- your house was built on an ancient burial ground. [ ghosts moaning ] surprise -- your car needs a new transmission. [ coyote howls ] how about no more surprises? now you can get all the online trading tools you need without any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. if you're suffering from constipation, miralax or metamucil may take days to work. for faster relief, try dulcolax laxative tablets. dulcolax provides gentle relief overnight unlike miralax and metamucil that can take up to 3 days. for predictable relief try dulcolax. [ dennis ] allstate wants everyone to be protected on the road. whether you're an allstate customer or not. all you have to do is call. [ female announcer ] call and sign up for good hands roadside assistance today. [ dennis ] are you in good hands? >>> in the age of social media, the power to share is the power to gather and shape millions of opini
with haurz dennis herrera. >> you need to know what is going on at city hall. >> coming up next. captioning by vitac, underwritten by fireman's fund >>> good evening. i'm susan schaefer i'm scott shafer. joining me now is david baker, energy reporter. chuck nevius and jill tucker. >> the governor threw down the gauntlet this week and calling it a civil rights issue. >> the state is turning into a . those at middle and bottom are doing worse. >> jill, boil it down for us. what are the main points the governor is proposing in the plan? >> what the governor wants to do is make a complicated funding system simpler. instead of giving money to schools on old formulas and not teaching and what they need, he is saying let's give everybody a base amount from $6,300 to $7,200 depending on the grade level. you will get more if you have students that are more difficult to teach and they have more issues and they need more time and attention. it is a fairly simple system on the face of it that says if you have these kids, this is how much money you will get. >> the thinking is the extra money will be us
. >>> i'm dennis o'donnell, how good were the warriors tonight in game -- i'm dennis o'donnell, how good were the warriors tonight in their game? we'll have it all for you coming up next. ,,,, star command, i'm detecting high levels of happiness. luscious locks there's an entire land here...with living cars. now this is flying... with style. great glittering galaxies. disneyland resort just got happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> welcome back everybody from oracle with the warriors. oh my goodness. they have fans all over the bay area, adjusting off the "we believe" t-shirts from a few years ago. the warriors have the denver nuggets on the brink of elimination. and this comes six years after shooting the mavericks in the first round. wayne, give me the block, please. getting oracle fired up with the anthem, saving the best play with the warriors for the post season. a nasty dunk, the big man that had 12 points. point as they come away with the 19-point lead. the look on jack's face says it all. making quick work of the l
and 60s. >> beautiful inland. >> yes. >> thank you for that forecast. >> all right, thank you. >>> dennis is here. giants and a's involve inside sweeps but on opposite ends. >> yes. it is finally happening. he bat awakens and the latest on david lee and the rally without their all-star i knew there were a lot of tech jobs available out there. i knew devry university would give me the skills that i needed to make one of those tech jobs mine. we teach cutting-edge engineering technology, computer information systems, networking and communications management -- the things that our students need to know in the world today. our country needs more college grads to help fill all the open technology jobs. to help meet that need, here at devry university, we're offering 4 million dollars in tech scholarships for qualified new students. learn more at devry.edu. warriors suffered not one, t two devastating losses yesty in denver... golden state wl now have to try and fight t way back in the series witht >>> turns out the warriors suffered not one but two losses yesterday in denver. golden state will
him questions. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ engine sputters ] [ dennis ] allstate wants everyone to be protected on the road. whether you're an allstate customer or not. all you have to do is call. [ female announcer ] call and sign up for good hands roadside assistance today. [ dennis ] are you in good hands? for good hands roadside assistance today. feby earning your degree fromore racapella university,re. you'll have the knowledge to advance your career while making a difference in the lives of patients. let's get started at capella.edu. >>> some sore rtories making ne this morning. a director from the cdc will be among health officials traveling to china this week to help authorities respond to the bird flu outbreak. it comes as 11 fresh cases are reported bringing the number of confirmed cases to 60. so far no cases in the u.s. >>> at least one woman is dead after being buried in five feet of snow in an avalanche in washington state. the search has been suspended for a missing man from another avalanche that hit another group. >>> a police officer has been fired for
church. when she married dennis, the very first church of the methodist movement, preached or her own church. a factor as it became necessary as a conservative party member to join the leadership, she switched to the anglican episcopal church, which is always bad described as a conservative party of prayer. so also i think the experience of ronald reagan in hollywood is particularly significant for a number of reasons, all of which led to resist core understanding and refusal to achieve. as that of the screenwriters guild, he discovered communism firsthand. he was in so much interested but somehow they were trying to set the message is that he was irritated and trying to run a perfectly good trade union of screen actors and these two hijacked meetings. b.c. declared meaningfully. it is a soviet vietnam, it didn't have the market was run by communists, very straightforward to them. margaret thatcher came to her views in a similar sort of way. it is something you could live with. the union where people could accommodate, you should confront if at all possible. i'm sorry we have to go to
dennis kucinich joins us on how to stop it. because you can have too much money believe it or not. ♪ . this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day afr day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] e pill eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur ♪ melissa: so there is a new ceo in town. taking over the mantle, it was bought back in september for $300 million now he has his work cut out for him. can he make it one of the premier brands on the internet especially with the massive competition and evolution taking place? here now in a fox business exclusive. thank you for havincoming. >> thank you for having me. melissa: tell us about about.com. >> this is what about is about. people go on looking for information, 65 million people per month, you want to learn something or figure out how to do something, we are the resource for it. melissa: how do you get those answers and how do you know they are good? >> the content of
there was a reference to the lifelong companionship she enjoyed with dennis. as we all know, the manner of her leaving office was traumatic, but the loss of dennis was a grievous blow, indeed. and then there was a struggle with increasing debility, which -- from which she has now been liberated. the natural cycle leads inevitably to decay. but the dominant note in any christian funeral service, after the sorrow and memories, is hope. it is almost as perplexing to identify the real me in life as it is in death. the atoms that make up our bodies are changing all the time, through wear and tear, eating and drinking. we are atomically distinct from what we were when we were young. what unites margaret roberts of gransam with baroness thatcher? what contstutes her identity? her memories, aspirations, and actions which make up a character, were carried for a time by the atoms of her body. we believe they are also stored up in the cloud of god's being. in faithful relationships, when two people live together, they grow around one another. one becomes a part of the other. we're given the freedom to be breelyo
. >> joining me is former u.s. ambassador and nbc news middle east diplomacy analyst dennis ross. it's a tough monday here today, dennis, bear with me. so first of all, the red line. the president said it several times. was that a mistake, to establish a red line you're not prepared to liver odeliver on? >> i don't think once you establish you're outlining a red line, by definition you're prepared to do something about it there's a history with red lines. whenever you establish a red line, understand it has two different dimensions to it. one is you're implying that anything short of it won't trigger action by you, but you're also saying if that's crossed, you will absolutely do something. so i do think the president is in a position where he has to find a way to cross the threshold now because even if we can't corroborate specifically exactly what's been done by the syrians, we're saying that we have varying degrees of confidence that they've used chemical weapons. so that does cross the red line. >> they seem to be really very carefully, though, falling all over themselves, if you will, to s
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